22nd Apr 2017
Looking for something to do this weekend? Why not experience authentic Japanese culture, enjoy a night of rock’n’roll, or see Princes’ ‘Purple Rain’.?Happy weekend from IMAGE!
Experience?Authentic Japanese Culture Here
This Sunday, April 23rd, the public is invited to experience authentic Japan right here in Dublin. Come to Farmleigh House and Gardens in the Phoenix Park to enjoy Japanese music, dance, food, martial arts demonstrations and crafts. Entry is free and all are welcome. So bring your friends, family, kids and dogs (on leads!) for an Irish hanami-matsuri! www.experiencejapan.ie for line up and location details.
Enjoy A Night Of Rock N Roll Here
What could be better than a night of rock & roll, blues and alt-country with The Dublin City Rounders at The Generator Hostel in Smithfield? Enjoy a deadly pint of Guinness or a Jameson on the rocks (only a stone’s throw from the Store House and the Jameson museum is right next door). Don’t forget your dancing shoes for this one.
See Purple Rain Here
Can you believe it’s been a year already since the tragic death of Prince? In celebration of his life, come see his bio-doc ‘Purple Rain’ tomorrow at Dublin’s Sugar Club. Cocktails, beers, pizzas plus free gourmet popcorn. The film starts at 8PM sharp. Find your tickets here.
Innovative Irish dance troupe ProdiJIG returns to the stage this June as part of an exciting new collaboration between Cork Opera House and Cork Midsummer Festival. After last year’s sell-out run, Cork Opera House’s hit production,?ProdiJIG: The Revolution, is back at the theatre from June 14-25.?The ground-breaking show is the first arts event officially announced?for the eagerly-anticipated?2017 Cork Midsummer Festival, running June 16-25. Celebrating a new era in Irish dance,?ProdiJIG: The Revolution?is led by Cork-born world champion Irish dancer, Alan Kenefick and directed by acclaimed theatre director Wayne Jordan. It features some of the best Irish dancers in the world, along with music from trailblazing trad group MOXIE and Peter Power.?ProdiJIG: The Revolution?runs?Wednesday, June 14th to Sunday, June 25th?at 8pm, with additional matinee performances on the Saturday and Sunday at 2.30pm.?Tickets, priced??20 – €32.50, are available from?corkoperahouse.ie. For the latest news on the Cork Midsummer Festival visit corkmidsummer.com.
Repeal In The Key Of 8 Here
A number of musicians and artists are lending their voice to support Repeal the 8th this Sunday at Dublin’s Olympia Theatre. Musicians include including?Mary Black, Neil Hannon, Camille O’Sullivan, Roisin O, and appearances by Panti Bliss, Roisin Ingle, Una Mullally, plus more. All proceeds from the night will go towards the Repeal project. For tickets and more info click here.
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